We traveled several miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike last Saturday morning mostly under misty fog. There was some Fall color in the trees but not much and it got less and less as we got farther south.
We had already exited the turnpike for this last image. State Highway 641 took us over the that stood mountain between us and U.S. highway 30. Highway 30 was the road that would take us into Gettysburg. Many mountainous states in the U.S. built their state highways using a principle that goes something like this: “There is no mountain big enough that we can’t build a highway straight over the top of it.” Highway 641 was one of those highways!